Automakers are warning that they won't be able to meet demand for electric cars while also divesting from foreign supply chains — prompting some advocates to demand a decarbonization strategy that doesn't require 1,000-pound batteries.
See that three-wheeler speeding along? Yes, our nation will be better off once we're all driving those instead of cars and SUVs.
But until then, American cities aren't sure where they should go — the bike lane, the road, or somewhere else entirely.
The Senate is on the brink of passing one of the most robust climate spending bills in U.S. history — but sustainable transportation advocates say it won't do enough to decarbonize the transportation sector.
Instead of considering alternatives to expensive electric or hybrid cars, like e-scooters or e-bikes, the Biden administration remains focused on antiquated, car-centric approaches and policies that have plagued our communities and planet for over a century. Here's why that needs to change.